Good morning, Gang Green Gangsters! Here are your daily New York Jets links for this T.D. Tuesday...
NY Jets: The greatest upset in Super Bowl history.
Billboard: QB Ryan Fitzpatrick names his favorite bands.
Brian Costello: WR Brandon Marshall says he nearly retired before the Jets.
Seth Walder: Marshall says that the Jets would be in the Super Bowl with a win over the Buffalo Bills. If ifs and buts were candies and nuts.
Rich Cimini: RB Chris Ivory's Pro Bowl cameo was likely his final game as a Jet.
Kimberley A. Martin: Analyst Bart Scott says that the defensive scheme left CB Darrelle Revis helpless.
Pro Football Focus: Eight players who should be franchised. DE Muhammad Wilkerson makes the list.
David Chao: Why have concussions increased 58%?
Jason Fitzgerald: What happens with Detroit Lions WR Calvin Johnson retires. He doesn't get to play.
Levi Damien: Oakland Raiders DE Justin Tuck announces his retirement.
Barry Petchesky: Former New England Patriots TE Aaron Hernandez bashes owner Robert Kraft in a prison letter.
Associated Press: Cleveland Browns fans are boycotting QB Johnny Manziel on Twitter. Yeah, that'll show him.
Associated Press: A look at some memorable Super Bowl meltdowns.
Football Zebras: 50 Super Bowl calls, part 1.
Football Outsiders: Big pass plays and Super Bowl 50.
Pro Football Talk: Carolina Panthers LB Thomas Davis practices with a cast on his broken forearm.
Here are your missed connections from yesterday.
Let's go with Pavement today:
Have a great day!